Denver Settles Gunman Case For $122,500A man who says he was falsely accused by Denver police of conspiring to hire a gunman to kill his ex-girlfriend will receive part of a $122,500 settlement.
Man Shot To Death In Colorado SpringsColorado Springs police say a man has been shot to death in a residential area.
Police: Denver Man Castrated Transgender Woman In ApartmentPolice say a Colorado man without a medical license has been arrested after he allegedly used an Army surgical kit to castrate a transgender woman at her Denver apartment.
Colorado's Unemployment Rate Lowest Since 1976In April Colorado's rate, at 2.3 percent, was the nation's lowest.
Colorado Oil-Gas Regulators Take Rules Dispute To High CourtThe Colorado attorney general asked the state Supreme Court on Thursday to settle a dispute over how much weight public health and the environment should have in regulating the booming oil and gas industry.
Landfill Worker Finds Apparent Evidence Linked To LieutenantMore pieces of apparent evidence linked to a former Fremont County Sheriff's lieutenant have been found.
$400 Million Northern Colorado Reservoir Gets Final ApprovalThe federal government gave final approval Wednesday for a $400 million dam and reservoir in northern Colorado where 13 cities and water districts will store water from the other side of the Continental Divide.
Wyoming To Lose Only Planned Parenthood ClinicAn official said most Wyoming patients who receive care from Planned Parenthood do so at the organization's northern Colorado location.
School District On Western Slope Pulls Suicide Book 'Thirteen Reasons Why'A school district official in Grand Junction ordered librarians to temporarily stop circulating the book "13 Reasons Why."
Suspect In Killings Of Arizona Couple Arrested In ColoradoThe Coconino County Sheriff's Office says a suspect in a northern Arizona double homicide has been arrested in Colorado.
Equipment Water Leak Shortens Spacewalk For Colorado AstronautAn equipment water leak shortened Friday's spacewalk by two U.S. astronauts at the International Space Station.
Colorado Governor Hints He May Call Lawmakers Back To WorkSaying Colorado lawmakers didn't do nearly enough to pay for highway upgrades, Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper threatened Thursday to call lawmakers back to Denver to take another crack at the issue.

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